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Thursday, January 12, 2012

Notice of Annual General Meeting (AGM)


I, Quan Tran Danh, as Acting President of the Khmer Kampuchea-Krom Association of SA Inc would like to extend an invitation to all members to come to an Annual General Meeting to elect a new President and Committee Members. The time and venue is as below:

Date: Sunday 22nd January 2012
Time: 1pm
Venue: the Khmer Krom Buddhist Temple, Lot 96 Symes Road, Waterloo Corner, SA 5110.

The work of the Association is no doubt very important in providing community support and development and therefore requires the right team to carry out this important function. For this reason I urge all members to come out and show support by either standing in as a candidate or by showing your voting support for another candidate.

I look forward to see you all at the meeting for this important agenda.

Regards,
Quang T Danh
Acting President

សេចក្តីប្រកាស់ កិច្ចប្រជំប្រចាំឆ្នាំ


សមាជិកទំាងអស់ជាទីគោរព

ខ្ញុំបាទ យ៉ាញ ត្រឹង ក្វាង ត្រូវជា ប្រធានស្តីទីសមាគមខ្មែរកម្ពុជាក្រោម ប្រចាំសោទអូស្រ្តាលី សូមគោរពអញ្ជើញ សមាជិក សមាជិការ ខ្មែរក្រោមទាំងអស់ មកចូលរួមកម្មវិធីប្រជំប្រចាំឆ្នាំ កម្មវត្ថុ ៖ ការបោះឆ្នោតតែងតាំង ប្រធាន និង គណះកម្មធិការ អភិបាល។

ថ្ងៃ អាទិត្យ ទី 22 មករា 2011 (22/01/2012)
វេលាម៉ោង ១ ថ្ងៃត្រង់ (1PM)
នៅវត្ត ខ្មែរក្រោម Lot 96 Symes Road, Waterloo Corner, SA 5110.

យើងដឹងហើយថា មុខងា និង សកម្មភាព របស់សមាគម គឺមានការសំខាន់ណាស់ ក្នុងការជួយគ្នាទៅវិញ ទៅមក ជាមិត្តភាព សាមគ្គីភាព និង អភិវឌ្ឍន៍សង្គម អោយបានទៅមុខថែមទៀត យ៉ាងនេះហើយ យើងត្រូវការ បេក្ខជន និងក្រុម អភិបាល ដែលស្រឡាញ់សង្គមជាតិខ្មែរក្រោមយើង ជាជនស្មោះត្រង់ត្រឹមត្រូវ ដើម្បីធ្វើការយ៉ាង សំខាន់នេះ។ ហេតុនេះហើយ ខ្ញុំបាទសូមដាស់តឿន សមាជិក សមាជិការទាំងអស់ អញ្ជើញមកចូលរួម កិច្ចប្រជំសំខាន់នេះ ឈរឆ្មោះជាបេក្ខជន ឬ ក៏បោះឆ្នោត គំាទ្របេក្ខជន តាមចិត្តរបស់លោកអ្នក។

ខ្ញុំសង្ឃឹមថាលោកអ្នកនឹងចំណាយពេល មកចូលអោយបានកុះករ។

សូមអរគុណ

ប្រធានស្តីទីសមាគមខ្មែរកម្ពុជាក្រោម

Saturday, September 3, 2011

Memo to all members and associates

It is with great sadness that we mourn the lost of one of our senior and leading association committee member, current President of the Khmer Kampuchea-Krom Association of SA Inc. Mr Kinh Thach. He has been battling an illness and on Saturday 20th August 2011 he passed peacefully at 11:05 am with family by his side. Our thoughts and prayers go to his family in these sorrow times.

Mr Kinh has served his term since 2002 up until 2010 when he was diagnosed with his illness. During his term the Association has achieved many important accomplishments including helping to facilitate and bringing into existence a place of worship for the entire Khmer Krom community which is known as the Khmer Krom Buddhist Monastery of SA Inc. Other achievements include representing the Khmer Krom community in the Australia Day parade and organising events and festivals for Khmer Krom to celebrate in accordance to our tradition and culture. In addition, the Association through his leadership has also made many contributions and donations as part of our charity and foreign aide initiatives. His leadership also enabled the Association to successfully organised the Youth Leadership workshop giving our young generation the opportunities to learn about not only how to become a leader, but a successful one from guess speakers who themselves attribute such traits.

We truly have lost a kind, gentle and peace loving man who has served the Khmer Kampuchea-Krom community with tremendous commitment and passion.

Quang Tran Danh
ACTING PRESIDENT
KHMER KAMPUCHEA-KROM OF SA INC.

Saturday, March 19, 2011

First Youth Leadership Workshop a success

Some thirty youths and volunteers participated in the first Khmer Krom youth leadership workshop held at the Enfield Community Centre on Saturday 19 March 2011.

The program organized by the Khmer Kampuchea-Krom Association of South Australia with the support of the government of South Australia was a ground breaking event aim at building and supporting new leaders amongst the youths in South Australia.

Youths playing soccer
The day start with youths meeting each other in a friendly sporting activity including soccer, baseball and badminton. After the good workout to build up the energy, the youth are then presented with a cooking demonstration of traditional Khmer seafood salad.

Lunch is then served with thanks to our volunteers for preparing the delicious food including grilled chicken wings, fried rice, seafood salad and stir fry beef.
Khmer seafood salad

The workshop then cranked up the gear with presentation by Mr. Brad Chilcott, a well known leadership trainer and public speaker, entitled "Reliabilty, the currency of leadership". Mr Chilcott guides the participants on how to be a good leader and a good follower.
Mr. Brad Chicott
 Career pathway workshop ran by Ms Emma Dowling gets the youth thinking about their future education and career and provided information on how the youth can seek help and advises if required.
Ms. Emma Dowling
 The final section of the workshop have seen participants were put into three groups for the purpose of dicussing how to be a good leader, good follower and a group that discuss the challenges the leader and followers confront.
Youth discussion group

The resounding success of this project provided encouragement to our volunteers to be more motivated in supporting the Khmer Krom community as well as the Cambodian community in South Australia.

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Join us for Khmer Krom Youths Leadership Workshop

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The Khmer Kampuchea-Krom Association of South Australia Inc. (KKASA) with the support of the Government of South Australia will be presenting a one day leadership workshop for Khmer youths in South Australia.

What is This About?

The KKASA understands there is a generation gap exists between the youths and the adults within our community and seek to bridge the gap, empowering youths to understand about their community and culture and history.

The workshop aims to achieve:
    • Connecting you to other youths.
    • Inspiring you to reach your highest potential
    • Providing you an understanding of our culture and history
    • Supporting you to gain the knowledge and skills

What's Involved?

As a participation you will get a chance to meet and work with other Khmer youths in South Australia to participate in leadership activities, discuss youth issues, and develop important network. Activities include:

    • Learning about our culture and history
    • Share experience in understanding about Khmer Krom situations and discussions
    • Participate in sporting activities including introduction to Khmer traditional games
    • Cooking lesson
    • Participate in indoor sporting activities
    • Learn about writing resume and career pathways
    • and much more!

Where and When

Saturday 19th March 2011, starting at 10am to 4pm at the Enfield Community Centre, 540 Regency Rd, Enfield SA 5085

How to participate

The program is FREE and open to all youths from age 13 and over.
You must register to attend by 11 March 2011. You can do so by:

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Australia day parade 2011

The Khmer Krom community will join with other ethnic groups in South Australia to participate in the Australia Day Parade 2011. If you like dressing up in our traditional costumes, please join us in the parade or you could come cheer us on!



For more info please email info@khmerkrom.org.au or contact Deen, Chhai or Mr. Quang.

Monday, November 15, 2010

Moon Festival

A time to offer our salutations to the moon and pray for prosperity in the year to come. It is also a time to give our children blessings through the flat-rice offering ceremony.

So come on down to witness Khmer culture/tradition and enjoy the food, dance and music with live band.  FREE ENTRY! There will also be live performance of traditional Khmer dance for all to enjoy.
Date: Saturday 20th November 2010
Time: 6.30 pm till Midnight - Live Band, food (beef skewed, dessert etc.) and drinks available, Free Entry! So come for de parte’ and stay for the festivity.
Venue: Khmer-Krom Temple
Lot 96 Symes Rd, Waterloo Corner

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

More photos from our community

Children at Sunday school

Men doing the clean up on Mother's day.